Local law firm formerly known as David Shapiro Law has announced it will change its name to Shapiro Law Team in honor of the firm’s fifth anniversary.
The firm, started and owned by David Shapiro, has dedicated more than a decade to helping individuals who suffer injuries due to negligence. Since Shapiro left his former firm and created what is now known as Shapiro Law Team, the firm has expanded from one employee to nearly 50 and has won settlements for over 1,500 clients and counting. In such a short time, Shapiro Law Team has also resolved $80,000,000-plus on behalf of their clients.
Shapiro Law Team’s philosophy and mission for personal injury cases is to recover the maximum amount of compensation for clients, hold the negligent party or parties accountable for their actions and make the community safer. The team’s attorneys have strong expertise in litigating motor vehicle, trucking/tractor-trailer, pedestrian and bicycle, ridesharing, and serious and fatal accidents stemming from impairment, or drunk driving as well as medical malpractice and premises liability.
Shapiro Law Team, which consists of lawyers who are involved in various professional organizations including the AZ Association for Justice, Attorney Information Exchange Group, Arizona Women Lawyers Association, American Association of Justice Trucking Litigation Group and have spoken at the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys.
In addition to membership in numerous professional organizations, Shapiro Law Team’s attorneys have been recognized by numerous professional organizations. Shapiro has been selected by Southwest Super Lawyers as a Rising Star every year since 2018. Ray Norris, widely regarded as one of the top trial lawyers in Arizona, is a Certified Specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death and has been selected as one of the “Best Lawyers in America” every year since 2001. Heather Bushor has also been selected by Southwest Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and is an AV-rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell, which is used to recognize lawyers for their legal ability and ethical standards for over 100 years. In addition to practicing in Arizona, attorneys have been admitted to practice in Maryland, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska.
In addition to fighting for clients, Shapiro Law Team is deeply committed to supporting Arizona communities and non-profit organizations by providing donations and volunteering. In 2019, the firm began The Shapiro Scholarship to reward high school and college students for utilizing an incentive-based distracted driving prevention app that tracks phone usage while driving. The team also honors first responders and military personnel with discounted representation through the Help for Heroes Program, created in 2020.
In addition to the rebrand, The Shapiro Law Team will make more significant changes soon, including the opening of an office in New Mexico.